The domino effect of the medical admission mess
HC cancellation bookings for State Council students may disrupt admissions to engineering, agriculture and veterinary medicine
The continued delay in conducting this year’s single consultation for admission to MBBS / BDS can negatively influence hundreds of applicants who deserve in engineering college.
Each year, counseling to admission physicians was conducted prior to the admission board in Tamil Nadu Engineering (TNEA) because the number of MBBS / BDS seats is well below B.E./B. Technical seats.
This ensures that candidates who are eligible for both admission and engineering doctors, can make an informed decision for those who refused an MBBS seat can choose a course B. E ..
When admission physicians are blocked, the TNEA general council will proceed as planned, beginning July 23. Probably the candidates who qualify for both professional courses could end up “block” BE seats in major institutions and possibly once they leave they do medical faculties as and how they council are organized for them.
1000 seats cleared?
Minister of Higher Education, K. P. Anbagalan expects about 1,000 seats to be in the first Anna university could become “obsolete”, due to possible migration of students who are assigned to those seats. According to the procedure, a student awarded an MBBS seat but eager to join B. E.
You should go to the doctor’s office. Such migration could also be observed in agricultural courses. After the first series of advices made by the Tamil Nadu Agriculture University this year, 210 students left the affiliated colleges.
“The students were sure to find medical seats with their scores.” Most of the dropouts were from self-financing colleges. “We will take stock of the situation Monday,” said TNAU admission master S. Mahimairaja.
The situation can not be different from the Tamil Nadu University of Veterinary and Livestock Science (TANUVAS) where counseling will begin on July 19.
Two years ago, almost all college freshmen had moved into medical schools after completing one year of veterinary studies.
However, S. Balasubramanian, exam controller at TANUVAS hopes that the experience will not be repeated.
“We have received more than 23,000 applications for 320 seats.If you see the rate seats compared to the application, it is impossible that our seats are vacant.We have about 6,000 eligible candidates.
The seats are not filled in the first round will be filled in the next session of advice, “he said.
Experts believe that the government plays a game protector with the emotions of the students.
“The idea of an 85% reserve for State Council students at MBBS / BDS will not stand the test of time. This created unreasonable delays and expectations among students.
But it happened so many times that the public has been deceived. Wait and see, “said M. Anandakrishnan, former Rector of Anna University.